October 20-21, 2004, Skamania Lodge, Stevenson, Washington (40 minutes from Portland Int'l Airport)
The goal of the Applied XML Developer's Conference is to cut away all the unessential conference baggage and concentrate on why we're spending time at a conference in the first place -- the talks by industry experts and experienced practitioners. By doing so, we can keep the price, and your wasted time, to a minimum. In fact, if you don't go away with your head hurting from all the new ideas you've heard, we've haven't done our job!
I've never been a fan of slides sans speaker, but here they are if you weren't able to attend or you just miss us. : )
I got so tons of positive feedback during the DevCon, not only from the attendees in person about the talks, the venue, the format, etc, for which I thanked each person sincerely. However, the number of posts on the web, including a reporter's piece on DevSource, was overwhelming:
Discuss (especially if you've found a DevCon blogger or blog entry I missed)
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